Prosecutors say Lamar Rucker, 23, of Akron drove Johnnl Lewis to the McDonald's, which Lewis then attempted to rob
AKRON -- A second man has pleaded guilty in connection with the murder of a McDonald's employee in 2013.
John Lehman, who had developmental disabilities, was gunned down April 6, 2013, while taking out the trash at the McDonald's where he worked on West Market Street.
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Johnnl Lewis, then 21, pleaded guilty to charges tied to the shooting death and was sentenced to life in prison with parole eligibility after 31 years in October.
Prosecutors say Lamar Rucker, 23, of Akron drove Lewis to the McDonald's, which Lewis then attempted to rob. Lewis encountered Lehman and shot him twice.
Prosecutors say Rucker then drove Lewis from the scene knowing there had been a shooting and having seen Lewis with a gun.
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They say Rucker repeatedly lied to Akron police about his involvement.
On Monday Rucker pleaded guilty to complicity to commit aggravated robbery and obstructing justice.
He will be sentenced Sept. 25.